Found April 23, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
For nine consecutive seasons you could count onthe University of Texasreaching double figures in wins and having some sort of say in the national championship discussion. Head coach Mack Brown believes his program is getting back to that level. "We're still not where we need to be," Brown said Tuesday on the Big 12 conference call. "We still have some unanswered questions but we have a chance because we're older at quarterback. We're two-deep with experience at quarterback. We've got speed at wide receiver and tailback. We've got an offensive line that's intact for a third year in a row. We've got depth in our defensive line and secondary. We've got five or six linebackers that can play. All of those things are better than they've been the last three years." Brown knows it all starts at quarterback. During the nine-year run in which the Longhorns tallied 101 wins and played for two national championships, winning one, the Ho...

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